Henry Montgomery’s victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2016 created a way for hundreds of prisoners like him — those convicted of horrific crimes while juveniles — to earn their freedom by demonstrating their rehabilitation since their youth.
Yet on Thursday, Montgomery was again denied his own opportunity at a life beyond bars.
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